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  • Driverless — may refer to: A computer able to configure itself, without explicit driver software, see Plug n Play. A train without a human driver, see Automatic train operation. A vehicle without a human driver, see Driverless car. Driverless (film), a 2010… …   Wikipedia

  • driverless — adjective Without a driver. a driverless vehicle …   Wiktionary

  • driverless — driver ► NOUN 1) a person or thing that drives something. 2) a flat faced golf club used for driving. ● in the driver s seat Cf. ↑in the driver s seat DERIVATIVES driverless adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • driverless — adjective see driver …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • driverless — adj. without a driver …   English contemporary dictionary

  • driverless — ˈdrīvə(r)lə̇s adjective : having no driver * * * drivˈerless adjective Running or able to run, without a driver • • • Main Entry: ↑drive …   Useful english dictionary

  • Driverless (film) — Driverless Film poster Traditional 無人駕駛 Simplified …   Wikipedia

  • Driverless car — The driverless car concept embraces an emerging family of highly automated cognitive and control technologies, ultimately aimed at a full taxi like experience for car users, but without a human driver.Driverless passenger programs include the 800 …   Wikipedia

  • List of driverless trains — Driverless trains and people movers reduce the operational costs and improve the frequency of service of trains operating on metropolitan railways and light railways. Systems * Miami Metromover in Miami, Florida* Kelana Jaya Line |operation mode …   Wikipedia

  • driver — driverless, adj. /druy veuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that drives. 2. a person who drives a vehicle; coachman, chauffeur, etc. 3. a person who drives an animal or animals, as a drover or cowboy. 4. Also called number one wood. Golf. a club with… …   Universalium

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